The Environmental Law Education Center has been producing top quality educational programs for environmental professionals in the Pacific Northwest since 1994.
WHAT DOES ELEC DO?
ELEC is proud to host objective, welcoming, and cutting edge conferences to generate community, critical discussions, and pioneering solutions to environmental issues.
Speakers are knowledgeable, highly respected, and engaging. Participants benefit from a diversity of perspectives, topical discussions, and supplemental materials.
Conference participants generally include a rich mixture of environmental professionals including scientists, attorneys, engineers, policy-makers and advocates.
Holly Duncan founded Environmental Law Education Center in 1994 with the goal of bringing together diverse environmental professionals in a neutral setting where they could learn from each other and share solutions to some of the most challenging environmental problems. Before creating ELEC, Holly worked as an environmental attorney in the Enforcement Section of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, as counsel to the Oregon Senate Natural Resources Committee, and as an Attorney in the Natural Resources Section of the Oregon Department of Justice.
Ben is a law student, business founder, and website whiz. He's keen on making legal education more accessible online through his involvement with ELEC and his position as Online Editor of Environmental Law. As a digital marketing consultant, Ben has advised various clients including start-ups, nonprofits, and global corporations. Exploring interests in renewable energy and natural resource management, Ben has also worked for Vestas and the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.